Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with archimedes:

3 syllables:
garden needs,
dharma means,
karma means,
larva feeds,
market teams,
market needs,
market means,
option needs,
kafka seems,
larva leaves,
martha reeves,
problem means,
tonka beans,
target needs,
common needs,
drama needs,
garden seeds,
garden weeds,
often needs,
target weeds,
clark believes,
darkness seems,
drama means,
guard duties,
market deals,
market seems,
markets seems,
martial deeds,
partial means,
problem needs,
problem weeds,
scarlet seeds,
wampum beads,
markets needs,
column needs,
market these,
market yields,
markets means,
fossil leaves,
locke believes,
santa feans,
scott believes,
stock receives,
watch believes,
outcome means,
caused unease,
conscious needs,
garden beans,
garden seems,
martin seems,
parson weems,
target seems

4 syllables:
canada needs,
marketer needs,
market leaders,
papaya seeds,
recorded deeds,
mongol leaders,
position needs,
subconscious needs

5 syllables:
horizontal leaves,
composition needs

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